Léčba kraniosynostóz remodelační technikou


Autoři: E. Brichtová;  Z. Mackerle
Působiště autorů: Pediatric Surgery, Orthopaedics and Traumatology Clinic, Brno Faculty Hospital, Brno, Czech Republic
Vyšlo v časopise: Cesk Slov Neurol N 2011; 74/107(2): 168-174
Kategorie: Původní práce

Souhrn

Cíl:
Autoři popisují komplexní diagnostický postup, individuální předoperační přípravu a pooperační sledování, které zavedli na svém pracovišti, včetně individuální předoperační hematologické přípravy a remodelační operační techniky u pacientů s kraniosynostózou.

Soubor a metodika:
Soubor 14 pacientů operovaných remodelační technikou je srovnáván se souborem pacientů operovaných metodou strip kraniektomie z hlediska kosmetického efektu, potřeby krevní transfuze, doby trvání operačního výkonu a komplikací.

Výsledky:
Pacienti operovaní remodelační technikou vykazovali signifikantní zlepšení cefalického indexu a lepší kosmetický efekt ve srovnání s pacienty operovanými metodou strip kraniektomie. Autoři neshledali statisticky významný rozdíl v délce trvání operace u obou srovnávaných skupin. Individuální předoperační hematologická příprava eliminovala zvýšenou potřebu krevních transfuzí u velmi malých pacientů.

Závěry:
Remodelační operační technika poskytuje lepší kosmetické a léčebné výsledky ve srovnání s technikou strip kraniektomie. Remodelační operační technika spolu s komplexní, individuální předoperační přípravou představuje bezpečnou a účinnou metodu v léčbě kraniosynostóz i u velmi malých dětí.

Klíčová slova:
kraniosynostóza – diagnostický algoritmus – genetika – remodelace klenby lební – časná operace – hematologická příprava


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Štítky
Dětská neurologie Neurochirurgie Neurologie

Článek vyšel v časopise

Česká a slovenská neurologie a neurochirurgie

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2011 Číslo 2

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